Conventional Yield Plan.
The Basic Maximum Number of allowable dwelling
units shall be derived from a Conventional Yield Plan. The Conventional Yield Plan shall show a conventional development conforming to the applicable Zoning Bylaw provisions and Subdivision Rules and Regulations to show the maximum number of lots (or dwelling units) that could be placed upon the site under a conventional approach. The proponent shall have the burden of proof with regard to the Basic Maximum Number of units resulting from the design and engineering specifications shown on the Conventional Yield Plan. The Conventional Yield
Plan shall contain, at a minimum, the following information:
Parcel boundaries, north point, date, legend, title “Conventional Yield Plan,” and scale.
The name and address of the record owner or owners, the applicant, and the design engineer and/or land surveyor that prepared the plan.
The names of all abutters as determined from the most recent Assessors’ records.
The names, approximate location, and widths of adjacent streets.
The locus of the land shown on the plan at a scale of one thousand feet to
the inch (1” = 1,000’).
Existing topography at 2-foot contour intervals.
Map of soils using NRCS soils mapping.
All on-site local, state, and federal regulatory resource boundaries and
buffer zones shall be clearly identified, and all wetland flag locations shall be numbered and placed upon the Yield Plan.
Lot lines with approximate areas and frontage dimensions, or unit placements and proposed common areas.
Location and extent of parking, landscaping, stormwater management, water supply and wastewater management service areas that would be required to accommodate the use.
If available, the location and results of any test pit investigations for soil profiles, percolation rates and determination of seasonal high ground water levels.
OSRD Plan. The OSRD Plan shall address the general features of the land, and give approximate configurations of the proposed lots, of open space, and